Five ways to incorporate Christmas into your wedding!

With the Christmas season fast approaching and with December being an increasingly popular month to get married, we thought we would show you five ways to incorporate Christmas into your wedding without it looking like Father Christmas threw up on it!

  1. Pinecone Place Card Holders
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Place card holders can help to complement other aspects of your table such as your place settings and centrepieces, creating an attractive and consistent table. Not only are they functional, helping guests to find their seats, but they also are something that all of your family and friends will notice and admire, making the perfect memento for your wedding guests to take with them to remember your special day. Pinecone place card holders are the perfect way to add a subtle touch of festivity to your winter wedding.

2. Mistletoe

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Mistletoe has traditionally been used as a sign of love and friendship, particularly during the festive season, and for this reason, we think incorporating mistletoe into your wedding is the perfect way to honour this festive tradition.

3. Festive Canapés

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Food is one of the most important and memorable aspects of your wedding and your guests’ eyes will light up when they see a range of festive canapés to complement your winter wedding. We think mini pigs in blankets, brie and cranberry puff pastries and sausage and stuffing bites would make the perfect festive treats.

4. Christmas Crackers

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Crackers are a traditional Christmas favourite in England and a fun way to get your guests involved. For a rustic winter wedding, we love these eco-friendly crackers by Little Doris which come with a joke inside and the option of a personalised or non-personalised charm. 

5. Christmas tree

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Possibly the most obvious way to incorporate Christmas into your wedding is by including a Christmas tree. Many venues will put up their own Christmas trees, so be sure to ask your venue whether this is something they can provide. Christmas trees also make the perfect festive backdrop to your photographs.  

Author: jenniferkeeler

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